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Stop the Autism Rants-it's a fictional, fantasy show!
SEriously, I get people who are touched by autism are thinking they are helping out by writing all these reviews, but it's like you guys can't see the forest from the trees.
For everyone who is not affected by Autism in some way last night, no one was taking the storyline as truth, okay? The show is about a lawyer who hits a fork in the road and attempting to get back to the basics of what life is about.
The show is kitschy and silly and funny but sorta sweet too. And yet every review here so far is about like 10 minutes of courtroom drama that I don't take anymore seriously than the courtroom drama with "Law And Order!" Give people more credit-most of us realize the storyline is just that-a storyline.
And it's very, very, very unfortunate that some organized campaign to take this show down by people just because of a 10 minute story line from an hour show! I know you guys mean well, but you guys are overreacting on so many levels, and not being fair to the show.
Oh, and jonny lee miller is a hot piece still!
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